Simplification is not a choice but a need, and is achieved by thoroughly knowing the engineering sector. Thanks to experimentation, continuous research and constant technological updates, Milan Ingegneria is able to give coherent answers to all architectural solutions, even the most complex. Innovative building techniques, combined with the use of appropriate materials and sophisticated methods of analysis, can guarantee safety and functionality, and enable to reduce building and managing costs.
Activity planning and monitoring contribute to save a fundamental resource: time. Milan Ingegneria can handle all project activities with a multidisciplinary approach, developing feasibility analysis, supporting the client during the different project and contracting phases as well as budget evaluation, site and safety supervision.
Milan Ingegneria represents all the experience and expertise gained in thirty years of activity in the planning and construction of civil, commercial, industrial and infrastructural works, both in the public and the private sector, especially supporting architects and companies.
The firm brings together a team of highly skilled and experienced professionals specialized in structural, energy, environmental, infrastructure and geotechnics design, who can guarantee an effective technical-scientific approach and a constant monitoring of each project’s schedule and budget, always complying with the highest quality standards.
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Maurizio Milan, Milan Ingegneria’s founder, graduated in Civil Engineering in 1977, and since then he has been involved in the design, supervision and completion of more than 1,000 complex projects, also using unconventional materials such as pre-stressed stone, structural glass, titanium, glued laminated timber, bamboo, light alloys, terre pisée and composite materials. His work has always been characterized by research and experimentation. He was a professor of the Structural Engineering Master’s Programme at the Polytechnic University of Milan until 2008 and, since 2007, he has been teaching Structural Design at the IUAV University in Venice.